Photo credit: Craig Burrows
Photographer Craig Burrows didn’t digitally enhance these glowing flora, but instead used ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence to capture them. This photographic process basically employs high-intensity ultraviolet light to produce other-worldly pictures of plant-life. Each photo is set against a black backdrop to really bring out the glimmering petals, neon leaves, and stems. They are illuminated with a filtered 365nm LED light. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“In addition to ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence, the self-proclaimed eclectic photographer also takes traditionally-lit photos of the outdoors, as well as macro shots of insects, arachnids, and fungi,” reports My Modern Met.